Living cheaply and well in Australia is not impossible
Read on to find out what’s happening in the cultural capital of Australia this winter.
dLook Music Correspondent, Caitlin, explores latest sound sensation from Melbourne, Orange. In her recent interview she shares the ups and downs of last year and details of their debut EP. Read more here.
Are you on top of your Christmas shopping? Or have you just realised that it’s only 5 days to Christmas, that your yet to find a present for your partner, your family or your friends … and the thought of shopping arcades appeals as much as a leg wax! Read on for the Top 5 quick to get Christmas gifts in Melbourne.
Escaping the rat race of Melbourne can be as easy as a quick trip to Wilson’s Promontory, a short drive down to the Australian mainland’s most southern point.
Local Looker, Leila from Melbourne writes of our multiculturalism and ideal of blending many nations together. But is it all equal? Are some nations favoured over others? Is it ok to celebrate a Mexican festival, Chinese New Year but shun Thanksgiving? Read more with Digital Editions.
October in Melbourne offers something for literally everyone, from modern dance to live music, opera to foreign films, visual art and intimate forums, if you’ve never been to the Melbourne Festival, here’s Leila to convince you to go!
Leila explores Melbourne’s fashion districts, from the newly revamped Myer in Bourke St Mall to Smith St Bazaar in Fitzroy. Get an insight into one of Melbourne’s most famous pastimes, shopping!
The commuter friendly Melbourne and their ticketing revolution known as Myki … so does it eclipse Sydney’s public transport or is there a sinister secret lurking beyond?
Local dLook correspondent Leila Davies gives us an insight to the great southland, Melbourne, Victoria. And so begins, the war of words between our two cities.